A New York inmate's big dreams just earned him more time in the Big House.
According to the AP, the sneaky prisoner filed bogus returns from 2006 to 2010 while incarcerated. The IRS even cut him a check for $327,000, but prison officials caught it and sent it back, triggering the investigation. He was also corrupting others apparently, as he was caught teaching another inmate to do the same.
This guy was originally serving a 2-4 for possession of stolen property before being charged last February. Now he's looking at another 5 years and a fine of up to $250,000 for each of the eleven counts for which he was convicted.
He might as well make himself at home.
[via New York Daily News]